NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ - Facing a struggling Becton squad, Hasbrouck Heights avoided the trap of losing concentration and competing down to your opponents level, sweeping the Wildcats 7-0 with a dominating effort.  

"The goal was to try and bowl personal bests again today," said Hasbrouck Heights head coach Dave Rispoli. "Three of the four boys did that. 

"Sean (Reyes) had his best day in weeks," Rispoli stated. Plenty of strikes. Damiano (DeCandia) bowled his best game of the season, a 172. Johnny (Parker) had his most consistent day, and his highest series, a 509. Jake (Rozsa) bowled his first 600 series and his highest game of the year. It was a great day.

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"As a team, it was by far our best," RIspoli stated. "Two games were over 700, with the other game being close. We were the most consistent we've been all season. And we have a new team high series, a 2099. We crushed our old team high of 1906.

"It was an incredible day. I hope they keep the momentum rolling. Tomorrow we face Wood-Ridge. Our last match of the season and most important."

Sean Reyes 200 187 166 553
Damiano Decandia 172 129 130 431
Johnny Parker 163 178 168 509
Jake Rozsa 179 191 236 606
Hasbrouck Heights 714 685 700 2099
Becton 377 366 416 1159



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